Wombeyan Caves-----Imagine a place so ancient, that it was old before the first dinosaur walked the earth. Over millions of years a maze of underground passages, streams and caverns has developed. Known to the Aboriginal people for tens of thousands of years, they were re-discovereed by Europeans in 1828 when explorers stumbled across a vast opening into the amazing depths below.

An easy drive from Sydney for the perfect weekend escape, these extraordinary formations are not something to be missed. The Wombeyan Caves are the underdog

Wombeyan Caves, close to Goulburn  NSW

Wombeyan Caves, close to Goulburn NSW

Great Bushwalk with kids - near Wombeyan Caves and Mittagong Emerging from the Box Vale tunnel

Great Bushwalk with kids - near Wombeyan Caves and Mittagong Emerging from the Box Vale tunnel

The exit of the Fig Tree Cave at Wombeyan Caves in NSW.

The exit of the Fig Tree Cave at Wombeyan Caves in NSW.

Veil | An unusual rock formation in Junction Cave at Wombeyan. It's a couple of metres long, but only a few centimetres thick

Veil | An unusual rock formation in Junction Cave at Wombeyan. It's a couple of metres long, but only a few centimetres thick

Wombeyan Caves, Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve. Photo: Kevin McGrath.

Take a guided tour of Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve’s caves.

Wombeyan Caves-----A variety of guided tours between one and one and a half hours in duration are available every day. 'Wombeyan Passes' are an exciting and value packed way of seeing two or more of Wombeyan's breathtaking caves. If you prefer a tour at your own pace....Take a leisurely stroll through Fig Tree Cave, with its automated lights and commentary, which will allow you to spend the time you need to appreciate the awe-inspiring features.

Wombeyan Caves-----A variety of guided tours between one and one and a half…

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